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A lot has changed in the online dating world since the early days.
Traditional sites like and e Harmony required users to create extensive profiles in which they disclosed a great deal of personal information, including not just their physical appearance but their religious and political views, income, drinking and smoking habits, and whether or not they had — or wanted — children.
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I have been studying online dating for the past fifteen years, since 2003.
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We call this the “foggy mirror” effect, in which individuals represent themselves in ways that may not correspond with how others see them due to blind spots in their self-concept (Exhibit A: shirtless bathroom selfies).On the other hand, pressures for idealization are tempered by the need to present an honest and accurate, authentic self (“actual self”) if you want a shot at having a romantic relationship, since the truth will eventually come out on an in-person date and people don’t take kindly to feeling duped.While media stories of “catfishing” abound, the research has found that cases of blatant deception are the exception rather than the rule and that most online daters strive for honesty.My research interest grew out of my own personal experience meeting my husband on in 1998, back in the day when very few people had ever tried online matchmaking and a girl could post a profile with no photo and have over 100 replies waiting in her inbox the next morning. I used to spend weeks exchanging lengthy emails with potential dating partners before deciding to meet up face to face.It was a huge time suck, but I learned a lot about myself and others, and about presenting oneself online, in the process.